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The Nuclear Option

Written by Stanislav Mishin, Mat-Rodina.blogspot.com

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[ed. op.:  Obama works hard to further bankrupt America with "Cap and Tax" and forcing energy companies into bankruptcy, this is not really news as he has stated it repeatedly, evidence his own statements. He continues to promote the lie regarding CO2 in a desperate attempt to save the gigantic tax and cost program, even though the science proves that CO2 is not a pollutant and is not causing Global Warming.  But wait, it gets better . . .

He brushes aside the report of his own Congressional Budget Office confirming that Cap and Trade would impose cost burdens on American families, with the biggest burden being on the low income, and businesses who would either have to pass along the higher costs or lay off workers to be able to continue operating. 

Obama, continues in his arrogance, comments that "Nuclear power is just too expensive, we don't know how to store the waste. . .".  Well, apparenty he is either too intent on pursuing his destruction of America or he is too stupid AND arrogant to have considered what other countries have been accomplishing in Nuclear energy while his liberal left buds and eco-terrorists have been trying desperately to eliminate America's Nuclear options . . .   

The Nuclear Option

Article by: Stanislav Mishin 

America, as much of the world knows, is out of energy. Despite importing a quarter of the world's oil, it is out of energy and being now a Leftist nation, it is in the gravity well of the black hole of "clean energy". What this of course means is, fake renewable energy. Of course there is no such thing as the cost in input energy to create the windmills and solar cells far outlasts what they can actually produce in their short lives.

America is also bankrupt.

The only hope that America has is to recreate its industry and to do that it needs cheap energy, something wind turbines will never give you. They might be great for crushing wheat kernels but not for generating electricity.

Enter stage right, Russia.

You want to set the reset button? You want to cut nuclear weapons? You want an electrical grid low in carbon dioxide (not that it really matters in the real world but we'll pretend it does)? You want industry to grow and jobs for your people?

Well welcome Mr. Civilian Nuclear Power or Mr CiNP or rather Mr. Russian CiNP. Russia is an expert on building nuclear power plant. Yes, before you start, Chernobyl happened and it was a freak occurance (unless you buy into the theory it was staged and knowing the CIA/MI6 it just may have been) but a lot of lessons were learned from it. Furthermore, unlike the US, which has not built a nuclear station in over thirty years, Russia has vast experience in both this and in turning nuclear weapons material into safe nuclear rods for nuclear power plants...no giant explosion guarenteed or your money back.

The advantages are many. Unlike wind turbines or solar cells, a nuclear power station will last over fifty years and provide not only hundreds of jobs in construction but hundreds of jobs in running it. It also takes up a much smaller foot print, both on the ground and visually than hundreds of rusting metal poles, sticking hundreds of meters in the air. But best of all, nuclear power costs a mere 2 rubles an hour, or about 6 American cents, compare that to wind, which runs closer to 20 rubles.

So, from 2,100 to 1,500 each, that is a yield of 1,200 nuclear decommissioned warheads, more than enough fuel to power most of the United States and Russia for decades to come. Remember, this is enriched Plutonium, not low grade Uranium.

So here is the deal: send Russia the nuclear warheads, and your inspectors. We will reprocess them for a fee. We will build your reactors and ship them to you, while you build the controls and housing. We will install them and get it up and running, and as Prime Minister Putin, early last year offered, we will, for another fee, take your spent fuel rods and dispose of them also, down some very deep hole in our Siberian mountains...do not worry, thanks to the Soviets, we have plenty.

This will help our economy, this will help your economy, this will help the poor little eagles being turned into stir fry by the giant turbines. Best of all, the Watermelons ["Greenies"] will hate it and despise it, while sitting in their air conditioned houses (or heated) behind their electricity eating computers.

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Stanislav Mishin - author Mat-Rodina

These words are not my own, I do not have the honour of claiming them.
 " Thus, it is quite obvious that we, the Russian people are not, have never been, nor ever shall be, a part of the West. "
 
Thank God - we are Russians!
 
We can well coexist with the West peacefully and profitably. We can even make friends with you, but please do neither lecture us, nor interfere with our affairs. Amen.

  

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